How can topics like erosion and weathering be any fun? You might not think it’s the most interesting nature subject, but what a unique and exciting study of God’s creation awaits you!
Over 20 nature walks provide you with all sorts of ideas for finding erosion and weathering and noting them in your nature journal. You’ll learn how to spot the difference between the two and be surprised at how many of the signs you can find in your own neighborhood.
During your nature walks you might:
- Enjoy a photography scavenger hunt.
- Complete to-scale maps.
- Determine the causes of erosion and weathering.
- Watch erosion in action.
- And more!
More than 50 experiments, hands-on activities, and research projects await you when you come home!
Make paint from soil.
Create a salt-dough map.
Learn about the positive and negative effects of erosion and how you can help stop damage in your area.
Research a huge variety of land forms.
Learn about a famous conservation scientist.
Find out what earthworms and plants have to do with erosion.
Determine if climate has any effect on erosion or weathering.
Get to know famous events and places on the subject.
Learn how farmers, conservationists and scientists feel about erosion. You might be surprised!
Each of the suggested activities are so cool and you’ll be surprised at how long a topic like this can keep you busy with the ideas found within this guide.
Fifteen eye-catching notebooking pages are included, too!
All NaturExplorers curriculum is creation-based. That’s especially important when learning about a topic like erosion because it pairs well with studies of the Genesis Flood and fossils.
Everchanging Erosion isn’t your run of the mill nature study! Freshen the same old walks by opening your eyes to something new!
Our family has taken many, many erosion walks over the years. We never cease to be amazed at what we’re able to find in the most ordinary of places!
This is a great topic to learn about during any study of weather, soil, rocks, water, creeks, or general earth science.
54 pages, digital curriculum